Absolute Value of a Number - Definition, Symbol and Examples
The absolute value of a number refers to the distance of a number from the origin of a number line. It is represented as |a|, which defines the magnitude of any integer ‘a’. The absolute value of any integer, whether positive or negative, will be the real numbers, regardless of which sign it has. It is represented by two vertical lines |a|, which is known as the modulus of a.
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